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Former Moorestown Superintendent Joins '$100K Club'

The list of six-figure-earning retirees was compiled by New Jersey Watchdog using state Treasury information.

A new name has been added to the list of former Moorestown Public School administrators collecting six-figure pensions, according to one watchdog group.

According to the aptly named New Jersey Watchdog website, former superintendent John Bach, who left the district last year, earned $124,620 in pension benefits in 2012. 

Bach , who pulled down $109,474, in what the watchdog group has dubbed the $100K Club.

New Jersey Watchdog constructed the list of six-figure retirees—all 1,474 of them, an increase of nearly 50 percent in two years, according to the group—from a state Treasury database.

The list is topped by former Jersey City school superintendent Charles Epps and former Essex County College president A. Zachary Yamba, who both collected $195,000 last year. 

Other Burlington County retirees on the list:

  • George F. Sharp, Delran Township School District — $103,682
  • Edward F. Gola, City of Burlington School District — $106,599
  • Dolores M. Szymanski, Burlington County Institute of Technology — $108,189
  • Walter Rudder, Burlington County Institute of Technology — $105,797
  • Joseph M. Cornely, Evesham Township — $101,750
  • Frank J. Logandro, Lumberton Township School District —$123,626
  • Mark Cowell, Pemberton Township School District — $114,281
  • Richard T. Nolan, Pemberton Township School District — $107,527
  • Thomas P. Christensen, Shamong Township School District — $103,166

Visit New Jersey Watchdog's website for more information the complete list.

Yah Mo B There April 17, 2013 at 08:00 PM
Nothing to see here taxpaying citizen. Move along.

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